Greg (Greg) Kirk (R-SS13)
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District FAX: 229.382.0705
Georgia State Senate
Room 121-J State Capitol 206 Washington Street, SW
Atlanta, GA 30334

District Office:
PO Box 6085
Americus, GA 31709
Elected: 2014    Next Election: 2020
Spouse: Rosalyn   
Committee Assignments
ChairmanSenate Committee on State and Local Governmental Operations
Vice ChairSubcommittee on Agriculture and Natural Resources
Vice ChairSubcommittee on Education
MemberSenate Committee on MARTOC
MemberSubcommittee on Technology and Education
SecretarySenate Committee on Health and Human Services
MemberSenate Committee on Insurance and Labor
MemberSubcommittee on Human Development and Public Health
MemberSenate Committee on Appropriations
Counties Representing
Crisp / Dodge / Dooly / Lee / Sumter / Tift / Turner / Wilcox / Worth


Senator Greg Kirk, a lifelong Republican, was elected to the Senate in 2014. He represents the 13th district, which includes Crisp, Dodge, Dooly, Lee, Tift, Turner, Worth and parts of Sumter and Wilcox counties.

Sen. Kirk is the Deputy Whip for the Senate Majority Caucus. He serves as a member of the Health and Human Services, Agriculture and Consumer Affairs, Judiciary and Insurance and Labor Committees.

He is an active participant in the state and his community.

He is a member of the Sumter County Republican Party, former Board Member of the Easter Seals Southern Georgia, past president of his professional organization Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia 2010-2012, Board Member Georgia Association of Community Care Providers 2007-2011 and he was appointed to the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Services Board by Governor Deal in 2012, serving until December 2013.

Senator Kirk is an advocate for small businesses in Georgia and has founded three successful companies in south Georgia, creating more than 100 jobs in the state.

Senator Kirk, a native Georgian, received his Master's Degree in Psychology from Troy State University. He and his wife, Rosalyn, have seven children and five grandchildren. They live in Americus, Ga. and attend Rehoboth Baptist Church, where he was the Senior Pastor from 1998-2005.